Gebroeders van Paridon - Sculpture, Venus de Milo - Plaster, Paridur - First half 20th century

Description
Gebroeders van Paridon - Sculpture, Venus de Milo - Plaster, Paridur - First half 20th century
Netherlands

A beautiful sculpture depicting the Venus of Milo.

It is made after the example of the famous antique marble sculpture the “Venus de Milo’’ (around 130 before Christ, now in the Louvre).

Venus is the Roman goddess of love but is also often seen as the symbol of beauty.

This work is made by the Amsterdam van Paridon Brothers (see monogram Gvp and number 616).

It is made from a plaster mixture (probably Paridur) and painted with a wood pattern.

Details:

Height: 38 cm.
Width: 9.5 cm.
Depth: 8.5 cm
Weight: 1.8 kg.

Origin: The Netherlands.

Date: around 1920.

It only has some slight imperfections and is in good condition, the photos speak for themselves.

A decorative and classic sculpture!

It will be carefully packaged and shipped by registered post (insured and with track and trace).

Lot details
Object
Sculpture, Venus de Milo
Material
Paridur, Plaster
Designer/ Artist
Gebroeders van Paridon
Estimated Period
First half 20th century
Country of Origin
Netherlands
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
Dimensions
38×9.5×8.5 cm
Weight
1.8 kg
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